Erron Al-Amin

  • Young Women's Network

  • 1992 Global Fellow

Erron Al-Amin
  • Young Women's Network

  • 1992 Global Fellow

Personal Bio

1992-1994: Erron, while studying at Stanford, founded the Young Women’s Network, an education and advocacy group for young South African women as part of the Joint Enrichment Program in post-Apartheid South Africa.

Since then she participated in various sustainable actions within University of California, Berkeley, where she studies for her M.B.A.: Social Responsible Business, Black Student Business Association, and Women in Leadership.

After her studies, post-1998, Erron followed a career in financial services.

  • Issue Area ?

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    Education

  • Organization/Fellow Location ?

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    Novato, United States

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    Nonprofit